T R A D I T I O N A L
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), also known as Chinese Medicine, is considered one of the oldest medicines in the world. Its philosophical basis and its theoretical assumptions are based on premises of the relationship between Yin and Yang - the Theory of the Five Elements, the Theory of the Meridians of the Human Body, the Zang Fu , among others.
It has its own lexicon and clinical thinking which differs from Western medicine.
In its essence, Chinese Medicine Chinese Medicine understands the individual as a being that influences and is influenced by the environment and cycles of nature. In this way, it tries to apply this vision both to the treatment of pathologies and to the maintenance of health through its various therapies.
WHAT OUR PATIENTS SAY
To be honest, since I started the Acupuncture treatment at the SUN Clinic, I have felt great improvements in my back spine and I have stopped experiencing permanent pain.
First of all, I would like to highlight the quality, friendliness and clarity of the approach and service. The follow-up combined with the good results of the treatment, produce an excellent final opinion. I recommend!
A reference in Chinese medicine practice. Excellent service and professionalism. Everything was explained very clearly. My health and quality of life have improved a lot. I strongly advise the knowledge of this team. I already divulge and will continue to do so, thanks for the excellent work.
Since I have started attending Chinese Medicine appointments, my back problems have highly improved. I usually make an appointment once a month for prevention and I have not felt the problems of constant pain I had before, anymore.
Out of curiosity I went in, tried it and liked it. They listened to me and helped me understand the best way to heal my body. They are professionals interested and competent in what they proposed to do. Thanks!
It is a moment of calmness, of self-awareness, of thinking about the body, health, the head, life as a whole. It is this holistic sense that makes the most sense to me and that I find difficult to find in Western medicine, which tends to heal only segments of the body and do not to establish a relationship between emotional and physical aspects.